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Hurricane Season Midpoint Check In

Hurricane season presents insurance considerations for homeowners in many areas of the country. Midway through the season is an ideal time to check in with your insurance provider regarding coverage, advises the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.).

“This is the midpoint of the season, and it’s vital to remain vigilant,” says Lynne McChristian, a representative for the I.I.I.


Do You Need to Have Flood Insurance? (Info-Graphic)

Unfortunately, most Americans do not already have flood insurance included in their traditional homeowners’ policies. If you are not already covered in your current homeowners’ insurance policy, the financial effects could be devastating.


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Is Your Home Protected from Storm Damage?

Did you know that a general home insurance policy does not protect you from storms and other natural disasters? What should you do? If you live in an area where floods are frequent or the region often witnesses heavy rainfall, you should buy flood coverage and other extra policies that are usually not included in your home insurance policy.


The Perfect Storm

Have you ever heard the phrase “The Whole Town Is under Water”? I think we should look at our chances of 2017 being the real deal. In June of 2001, Tropical Storm Allison dumped her water on this city and turned high ground into people seeking refuge on tops of roofs, hoods of cars and being rescued by boats and Coast Guard Helios.


Preparing for Floods…are You Covered?

The average flood loss cost is $48,000 for homeowners and $85,000 on commercial property according to the National Flood Insurance Program.  With hurricane Sandy looming on the east coast we are all reminded of how our Texas coasts were affected by hurricane Ike. 

Now is the time to prepare for floods and consider your flood insurance needs.